The Yahoo! owned Longhorns news site Orangebloods.com is reporting that Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis is on the way out.
Texas officials have not confirmed the news and no announcement has been made, but high-ranking sources with longstanding ties to the Longhorn football program have indicated that Davis will not be retained in his current offensive coordinator position. It appears, sources have indicated, that Davis will remain on the athletic department staff in some capacity, possibly filling a role that has not yet been formally created.
But other sources are telling the Dallas Morning News that no decision has been made.
The source told the Morning News that head coach Mack Brown continues his postseason evaluation regarding the 5-7 disapointment of a season. And, the source emphasized, no calls have been made about who goes, including Davis, Brown’s offensive coordinator at Texas since his arrival in 1998.
As we reported on Monday, the Longhorns forums were blowing up after Texas' season ending loss to A&M on Thanksgiving Day, with many die hard fans calling for blood.